The 7500 Switch Wing holds two monitors in tandem for ergonomics and flexibility.
April 17th, 2012
Flexible and sturdy, the 7500 Switch Wing accommodates two monitors of up to 24″ widescreen, holding them side by side or stacked one over the other.
The aluminium and steel form can be mounted directly onto a workstation or a wall, with incorporated cable management keeping everything tidy.
A gas-operated system allows the monitors to be rotated either together or separately and placed effortlessly into position.
The 7500 Switch Wing features a spring-assisted heavy duty tilter, allowing it to be pivoted smoothly and weightlessly. Its 360 degree rotation and 200 degree tilt make it the ultimate in flexible ergonomic work tools.
Available in Australia from Uplifting Solutions, the 7500 Switch Wing is the monitor arm for demanding, intensive use environments.
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